Fair Work Commission

Our lawyers have extensive experience in dealing with all aspects of employment law including appearing at the Fair Work Commission (FWC). We have assisted clients including employers and employees for over 25 years through the FWC process. In what can be a stressful time for many, we provide timely advice to ensure peace of mind through your matter.

The FWC is Australia’s National Workplace Relations Tribunal. It is an independent body which carries out a range of functions in the workplace relations arena. The FWC was established in 2009 by the Fair Work Act 2009. The FWC administer the provisions of the Act.

Common issues for the Fair Work Commission to consider are:

  • bullying
  • unfair dismissal
  • redundancy
  • award wages and agreements
  • industrial relations
  • discrimination
  • sexual harassment
  • unlawful termination
  • jobkeeper payment disputes

What are the next steps?

Thoroughly understanding the nature and effect of the dispute resolution procedures in the FWC gives the employment law team at FC Lawyers a strong foundation to provide the best and most current advice to our clients when dealing with employment law disputes in the FWC.

Whether you are an employer or employee with a legal issue for the FWC, our team can provide you with all your legal options. Contact our team today to discuss your employment legal issues.